Tito Mboweni Shares a Funny Snap of His Future Self, Mzansi Cracks Up

Tito Mboweni Shares a Funny Snap of His Future Self, Mzansi Cracks Up

- South African Finance Minister Tito Mboweni recently headed online to share a snap of himself looking a lot older

- In the caption of the hilarious post, Tito who has been edited to add a few years, remarks that that is the 90-year-old version of himself

- Many of his fans and followers have shared hilarious reactions to the funny post in the comment section

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South African Finance Minister Tito Mboweni has slowly and steadily become a source of endless entertainment on the popular social media site, Twitter. The minister has once again headed to the app to make his followers and fans laugh.

Taking to the app, the fun-loving Tito shared a snap of himself from the future. The image had obviously been edited to make him look a lot older, but Tito seemed to like this and even remarked that the person in the snap was him at the great age of 90.

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"Tito Mboweni at 90 years of age!" he captioned the snaps.

Many of his followers thought that the editing job was done pretty well, others however did not bother to mention the snap and rather questioned Tito on the country's finance. Read a few of their interesting comments below:

@Michael_Bucwa said:

"Yazi Minister Tito , Tira , Tizozo , Seeing you enjoy life like this makes me smile. ezi Pilchards you've been eating are really spicing up your life , I love it. just know that I am here if you ever need a friend to talk to SOUL to SOUL and a shoulder to cry on"

@Miss_Chali24 said:

"This is so wrong man"
Tito Mboweni Shares a Funny Snap of His Future Self, Mzansi Cracks Up
Tito Mboweni has left the internet laughing out loud. Images: @titomboweni
Source: Twitter

Briefly.co.za previously reported that minister Tito Mboweni can never catch a break from his growing list of Twitter trolls but that does not seem to stop him from posting on his page very frequently. Heading online, the minister shared pictures of his growing chicken farm.

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In the caption of his post, the finance minister proudly boasts about how well he has been growing his farm. He also shared some snaps of the chickens roaming in the coop that he built for them.

"The chicken farming is moving on! They are growing!" he wrote proudly in the caption of the post.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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